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'drink into his system. The next
thing he remembered was when
he wakened up in an alley, minus
his collar and a few odds and ends
of jewelry- "
Kate went and had one (1)
drink with a nasty, horrid stool
pigeon. It took her all of Tues
day to get that one (1) drink in
to her systenvAnd then she went
to sleep at Lake and Sangamon
streets without going- through
the formality of picking out an
, The conspiracy against Alder
man Richert was hatched by his
political foes; that against Kate
.was hatched by the city.
Chicago is a sad and gloomy
place, chuck full of horrid con
spiracies and exceedingly power
But Aldermaa Richert and
Kate ought to console each other.
They both have been badly used.
Kate's conspiracy so affected
Judge Gemmill that he discharg
ed her, and she won't Tiave to be
forelady again until the next
time she is trapped into taking
Dne (1) drink by a stool pigeon.
After the one-piece dress is
ironed, a stick about 48 inches
long should be inserted from
shoulder to shoulder and hung up
"by means of a looped cord tied in
center of stick.
' To remove lime from the inside
of your kettle it is best to boil
vinegar in it. The acid acts upon
the deposit of alkaline matter in
side and will cause it to disinte
jgrate and crack off.
New York, Aug'. 28. A federal
judge will be the whole audience
at two plays to be given at the
Republic theater by. David Bew
asco within the next few days, t
Abraham Goldknopf has sued
Belasco for $100,000, charging
that Belasco's successful play,!
"The Woman," credited to Bel-'i
asco and William C. DeMille, is I
really a plagarized version of -"Tainted
mitted to Belasco by Goldknopf a t
year ago, and rejected by Belasco.,;
When the dase was called, Bel-
asco offered to produce both
plays before -Judge Holt, and let r
the. judge decide if there were any, ,
connection between them. y
Judge Holt agreed, making j
only 'one condition that he::
should be, the only one to witness
theproSuction of the plays.
RAISING THE PRICE. V
nt-- . ,
"What use can you have for an
umbrella on'a clear.day like this?"
"Because if I hecome too dry I
can put it up for the drinks."